Las Oreiro spring/summer 2013 lookbook features some utterly gorgeous pieces that have been on our minds ever since we’ve first stumbled upon the brand’s collection. Ah, those aww-inducing silhouettes and chic details! We got our eyes on a few goodies that guarantee to add a retro sophistication to our warm weather wardrobes. From achingly lovely casual items to;cocktail dresses;and amazing ground-skimming gowns, Las Oreiro definitely has us covered.
Las Oreiro is a brand created by beautiful Uruguayan actress Natalia Oreiro and her sister, designer Adriana Oreiro. Their designs are characterized by maximum femininity and sultriness. And the label’s spring/summer 2013 collection makes no exception offering a wide range of skirts, dresses and sexy shorts that suit various body shapes.
Take a peek at Las Oreiro’s lookbook and see it for yourself! If you’re setting out to conquer street style this season, you should definitely check out the new Las Oreiro spring/summer 2013 lookbook filled with oh-so-chic and exquisite goodies.
The line also includes some red-carpet worthy pieces. We’ve fallen in love with the glamorous silhouettes and the delicious color palette seen in the label’s line. From timeless black and white to sweet pastels and eye-popping brights, the Las Oreiro collection satisfies everyone’s sartorial cravings and needs. Moreover, you can find floral prints, polka dots, stripes, flower appliques, bows, and other too-cute-to-be-true embellishments.
Skirts, dresses, cardigans, shorts, playsuits, jackets, bandeau tops, pants, jeans, peplum blouses, accessories… Oh my, the Las Oreiro spring/summer 2013 includes loads of goodies for style savvy girls who love to stand out from the crowd through unique ensembles. Femininity takes center stage in the brand’s collection. Oozing a particular retro glam flare, the pieces in this line guarantee to make a statement. Especially those cocktail and evening-appropriate outfits! Absolute awesomeness! Well, what can be sexier than cinching the waist? Just have a nosey!
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